Monthly Archives: August 2013


How far is Game-based Learning Successful in Engaging Students?

Over the past few years, Game based learning (GBL) has reformed learning outcomes in many different ways. Nowadays, various game applications on mobiles and internet are designed to befit the subject matter.Read more: How far is Game-based Learning Successful in Engaging Students?

Top Tips to Understand the Needs of Adult Learners

Adults learn differently from younger students. Since learning in adulthood is voluntary, they have always special needs as learners. Considering these needs help framing a high quality training program. One of the best approaches to understand a learner’s needs is his evaluation.Read more: Top Tips to Understand the Needs of Adult Learners

How far does Learning Management Software or LMS make ELearning Successful?

Over the past few years, there has been a dramatic change in the process of learning both in academic and corporate environments. Read more: How far does Learning Management Software or LMS make ELearning Successful?

Why does E-Learning Take Less Time than Traditional Classrooms?

It’s widely accepted that you can accomplish the same thing in e-Learning as in a traditional classroom in almost half the time.Read more: Why does E-Learning Take Less Time than Traditional Classrooms?

Various Trends in K-12 Education

With the growing emphasis on collaborative and interactive learning, there is noticeable focus on students’ input into classroom rules and consequences.Read more: Various Trends in K-12 Education

Mind Mapping Tools Are Taking Education to a New Dimension

Mind mapping tools are becoming extensively popular in 21st century education. With an expanded range of applications, mind mapping tools are now considered an integral part in the education system.Read more: Mind Mapping Tools Are Taking Education to a New Dimension

Impact of Facebook in 21st Century Education

Social networking sites like Facebook have become a major concern among the parents of the growing children. This is blamed for a lot many things, from making the children actually unsocial, to the rising number of cases of child abuse and other crimes, and many others.Read more: Impact of Facebook in 21st Century Education

Mobile Apps for Better Learning

Till a few years back, spending time on mobile meant just one thing – wasting valuable time, especially in case of the children.Read more: Mobile Apps for Better Learning

Should Cell Phones Be Banned?

A couple of weeks ago, a discussion among the fellow teachers got me thinking about the rules of prohibiting the cell phone usage in our school. Read more: Should Cell Phones Be Banned?

Sensible Learning with Social Media

Have you ever considered incorporating social media in education? Perhaps no. Most of us think that social networking is a leisure activity and, is a surefire distraction for the teaching and learning processes, and hence should be banned in school.Read more: Sensible Learning with Social Media

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